A newly released report has further bolstered the ongoing conspiracy theory spreading like wild fire in the internet that Ankara is helping the terrorists bring foreign recruits to Syria by allowing them to cross the border into Syria.
A reporter working for Britain's Sky News has obtained new documents that purportedly show that the Turkish government has stamped passports of those people who have known to have later joined the ISIS terrorist in the on-going fight against the US-led coalition, Press TV noted in a report.
Passports from different countries were recovered in a village near Syria's strategic town of Kobane located across the Turkish border, reports have noted. The incident comes as Turkey has time and again been accused of backing the terrorist group in Syria.
Although Ankara's alleged support for the deadly Sunni hardliner extremist group could not be verified, a large number of foreign passports recovered from those terrorists killed by the US airstrikes show that many of the Islamic State militants in Syria had travelled from Libya, Chechnya, Turkey, Morocco, Egypt, Belgium and France.
This comes close on the hills of an incident where an American TV journalist, who had recently reported on how Turkey was allowing Islamic State militants to cross into Kobane, died in an accident that has largely been called as 'suspicious'.
Another report also claimed that injured members of the so-called Islamic State were being transferred to Turkey, and that the country's army deliberately lit up the night sky with the help of flares, making it easy for the militants to transfer the injured militants in the dark to Turkish hospitals.
Various reports have claimed that Turkey also continues to block the supply of military equipment and reinforcements for Kurdish fighters who are defending the small town against the terrorists' heavy onslaught.